Posted April 2nd, 2009 by Brian
Filed under: Feature, Football, Spring Football, TV

The Orange-White Scrimmage is Sunday at 2:30pm. (Photo: MB-TF.com)

The Orange-White Scrimmage is Sunday at 2:30pm. (Photo: MB-TF.com)

Texas fans get only one chance each spring to see their football team on television, but this year many will have to pony up for the sports package if they want to watch the annual spring game. Unlike previous years where the game was live on FSN Southwest, this Sunday’s game will air tape delayed on ESPN’s college sports network ESPNU.

The scrimmage will begin at 2:30pm and at that time will be televised on ESPN360.com. Then tune in at 8:30pm to catch the game on ESPNU. The FSN telecasts were pretty bare bones and also missed a lot of the plays, hopefully this change means better coverage because it cost me $12.

Schedule of Events

Noon — Fan Fest opens in the Red McCombs Red Zone. Enter through Gates 14 and 16 off 23rd St.
12:15 p.m. — Players walk through the Tom and Cinda Hicks North Gate
1:30 p.m. — Gates to the stadium open
2:30 p.m. — Scrimmage begins
6 p.m. — Sod sale concludes

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